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both in his own country and in the international community. i want to bring in now, nbc news senior executive producer, investigative unit, richard esposito from new york. richard, first of all you've been coordinating a lot of the breaking developments here, all of the breaking developments and we've been very cautious all along. not to speculate beyond what we know. but what we do now know significantly as roger and david here and secretary ridge are pointing out. is that the older brother did travel outside of the united states. what to your knowledge are they now looking for in terms of any kind of foreign connection to this terror attack here? >> well that's exactly what they're going to start with. is that he did travel. at the moment, we don't know what happened when he traveled. so what will they look for? they will look for the travel pattern. new associates that he might have established while traveling. contact with radicalized individuals that he might have, that might have encouraged his travel even here with radicalized people here. we don't know that these are jihadis
chechnya and may have overseas military training. according to reports from nbc and other news outlets. nbc has also reported the suspects are legal permanent residents who had been in the u.s. for about a year and there you can give us a call to share your thoughts and impressions, what you think about this story. the boston globe and the boston herald have been looking at the story, both from a local perspective as well as national and international. we see the boston globe giving us more details of what is believed to have happened thenight and where some of incidents have taken place. police are warning residents in east watertown, massachusetts, to stay in their homes and not answer the door for a less tasty and uniformed police officer outside, because of the manhunt going on in that area. our next call is from fredericksburg, virginia, mary, independents. caller: thanks for taking my call. i did not expect to be on tv so soon. i believe that everybody is a responsible for what is happening in the world. every single one of us. told that gallo asked me what i was confident about, i re
to gather the latest information. here is what we know so far. nbc news reporting 126 injured 17 believed to be in critical condition. new from overnight police kenned two m questioned two men in a boston suburb. state police did not provide other details. so far, no suspects are in custody. several blocks around the finish line are shut down this morning as investigators search for clues as who was responsible for the attack. federal and local authorities along with national guard assisting to keep the scene secure and interview witnesses. police questioned a man being treated as a boston hospital. but they say he is not a suspect or a person of interest. >> we will find out who did this and why they did this. any groups will feel the full weight obvioustice. >> police want to talk to a man seen leaving the area as well as a person driving a rental truck who tried to enter the area. doogle activated a person finder within hours of yesterday's blast. log onto google/personfinder. >> a resource center has been opened in castle park pla sa to help runners. if you want to get a sense of the
in a boston hospital. >> chris palone, nbc news boston. >> 6:51. time for weather and traffic on the one's. >> tom klerein is here. not too bad a start today. >> we had sunrise at 6:30 and now there is a blanket of clouds coming under the region. we have temperatures in the 50s. there is the sunrise. right now 56 at the airport with a light breeze and mid and upper 50s. as we look at the after noon highs, it is going to be in the 60s and 70s. right near the bay, it will be in the mid 60s. most locations there should make it well into the 70s. the high pollen counts will be in place today and thursday. it will be all the way into the end of the week. we ought to get that pollen watching out. between now and then, highs likelihood of those storms maybe lingering showers cooler weather as we move into the next part of next week. >> good morning. still checking on an earlier car fire past the beltway. shopper four live over the parkway and the beltway. still seeing delays 2.5 miles. approaching the beltway. delays continuing. i-95 a slow trip to the beltway. >> all right. thank you. >> the e
attack in boston continues here on news 4 and on nbc nightly news with brian williams at 7:00. >>> and runners from our area, home and describing the chaos they witnessed. one man was directly across the street. mark segraves has more. >> reporter: well, that is right, for john walls and his family, the boston marathon is an annual tradition. his wife has run it 17 times. he has run it three times and this was going to be their daughter's first boston marathon. he was in the grandstands waiting for them to come across the finish line. when the bomb went off he had his video camera rolling. >> oh, no, get out of the stands, get out of the stands. >> when the second one went off, i thought god, you know, we're going to die here. >> reporter: john walls, along with his wife and daughter returned to the arms of their family today at reagan international. the former journalist says yesterday was like nothing he has ever seen. >> the police are screaming, directing you, telling you leave, leave, leave. >> reporter: as he and his family tried to escape the blast area, walls videot
in south carolina. also, what is next on the immigration debate. mark murray of nbc news is going to be joining us. a new report out by the national consortium for the study of terrorism in response to terrorism. have thought about terrorism in the last week than they thought about hospitalization or violent crime. we will talk about that with bill braniff from university of maryland. all of the sunday shows can be heard on c-span radio. the events in boston and immigration topping the list. nancy, good morning. >> the main focus of today's talk shows, the events this week in boston, and fallout from those events. rears program's beginning at noon beginning with "meet the press." and richard durbin clarke. at 2:00 p.m., here fox news sunday. chris wallace talks with the chairman of the senate intelligence committee. senator dianne feinstein, also republican representative peter king and former cia director michael hayden. candy crowley welcomes homeland security chairman representative michael mccaul, former you -- new york city mayor rudy giuliani. at four o'clock, face the natio
now, former deputy of counterterrorism on the national security council, nbc news terrorism analyst, roger kresie. always good to see you. i want to pick up where pete williams left off earlier in this hour and i want to talk about the russian government and the six-month trip that he took. what do we know, first of all, about that six-month trip at this point and also what might the russian government know that we need to know? >> so, craig, i think that's going to be one of the more interesting questions that the u.s. government will be exploring in the coming days and weeks. here are the facts that we know. we know he left the united states in january of 2012. he went to russia, came back in june of 2012 and immediately after that started to post some of these extremist images and thoughts and tweets and videos online. the russians came to us in 2011 and asked the fbi to look at the older brother to see if we had any information on him. when we passed back that we didn't, we never heard anything else from the russians once we gave them that answer. so russian security, the fsb, i
. late friday he told nbc news he spoke his sons just after the marathon and they assured him they're okay and people who knew them thought they were okay too. >> seemed to be regular kids like any other kids. i never noticed anything. >> reporter: the older brother, tamerlan, was a boxer and even wanted to join the u.s. olympic boxing team. he had a wife and a 3-year-old daughter seen here being escorted by investigators. tamerlan was also an aspiring engineer who dressed well and drove a mercedes. he was a practicing muslim. >> he was not devout practicing but just recently maybe two years ago he started praying five times a day, which is -- i don't see anything bad in it. >> reporter: but he had a dark side. on his youtube channel, tamerlan posted a play list that included several extremist videos. this one showing what looks like g jihadist in the training. in a local boston magazine, tamerlan said i don't have a single american friend. i don't understand them. but the younger brother, dzhokhar, had lots of friends. diana went to school with him. was he ever violent? >> not at
red asterisk over anything we see in social media just because we have not confirmed it at nbc news. we want to show you an interview we did earlier with a young woman who said she went to high school with dzhokhar. >> he never seemed out of the ordinary. he had lots of friends, did relatively well in high school from what i'm aware of. he did wrestling. this was never anything that seemed to be brooding for a while. this is an incredible shock to everyone that knew him. >> how long did you know him? all of high school? >> yes. since i was 14. i'm 20 now. >> when you saw those fbi surveillance photos yesterday which were released about 5:00 yesterday, did you immediately recognize him? >> . >>> saying he was the missing guy from brown, so we all assumed it was a coincidence and i went back to bed and i woke up and the scary thing is that was true. it was him. but yes, we all immediately recognized him. >> you're sounding like he's someone you say wasn't a brooder and somebody who was sociable and involved in high school. what else can you remember about him? >> he was a nice guy. he
on to something else. host: all right. here's a story from nbc news. he obama items facing new questions with the new debate. for a grand bargain being iffy at best, the second term agenda facing questions and immigration reform. the carefully choreographed bipartisan agreement by the gang of eight has been months in the making and there are fresh concerns about its course forward in the wake of last week's terror attack in boston. the marathon bombings have partly refocus the debate on the risk of would-be terrorists entering the united states. john, md., independent. go ahead. caller: my question is -- if the immigration bill passes what about those who already pay ?axes and their whole life has been here, what will they do? they're going to try to make them have 10 years with no benefits? if the family has been here for a long time? been part of the system for a long time, what are they going to do with that? host: here is the front page of "the national journal." diego,oanne, san republican. joanne? caller: good morning. i definitely think we should start with this. i have been surpr
happened at the offices of nbc in new york and elsewhere. turned out at the end of the day we found out much later that it was not a related incident to 9/11. but we didn't know that then. and we don't know now even though we are hearing -- we saw from the fbi statement that jessica was just asking jay carney about that they don't believe that there is a link between boston and what we're seeing here. but they're leaving wiggle room. so that definitely raises question. >> yeah. to this day there are still plenty of unanswered questions about those anthrax-laced letters that were sent to members of the senate, members of the news media and others as well. that investigation never completely 100% satisfactory by any means. dana, standby. joe johns is our crime and justice correspondent. you're getting more information, joe, on what's going on. what are you picking up? >> dribs and drabs quite frankly, wolf. first we're being told authorities letting people out of their offices in the hart building there on capitol hill on the senate side, but they have not been given the all clear sign ye
it remains that way. host: we have seen on nbc news and twitter the fbi has released the remaining photographs of the remaining boston suspect. guest: that is a very clear photograph. it is interesting, he is 19. wassume his brother probably the mastermind of this. and on his face the county says he has no friends. i think this should be a pretty quick apprehension. host: the two men that have been searched for, one has died someone traded in and talks about that we are talking about chechnya and as terrorists. they say that is shortsighted and wrong. guest: in civil wars, there are terrible things that go on that are back on both sides. most americans when you think of think ofand, you terrorist attacks. civil wars are terrible things, where are the -- wheth we're talk aur civil war here in america or wherever it may be. but clearly, there has been serious abuse on both sides. it is not chechnya or muslim or christian or catholic or whenever. it is people that commit acts of terrorism host: colonel randall larsen of the institute of homeland security. -- is on on skarupa our line.
. very interesting. >>> coming up on "morning joe," commissioner of the new york city police department ray kelly will be here on set. we will get the laitest on the boston marathon situation with nbc investigator reporter pete williams. i don't think he takes a day off. and boston police commissioner ed davis and peter gammons will also join us. bill has our forecast now. >> all eyes on the midwest over the weekend. the heavy rains from last week caused epic flooding and in some cases even record flooding. six states dealt with major flooding problems including michigan, illinois, indiana, and as we went through areas of missouri and even iowa, unfortunately, three people did perish from rapidly rising floodwaters this weekend. a lot of the rivers did crest and they are slowly going to be going down from here. the one exception the illinois river. you can see just thousands and thousands of people were sandbagging all weekend long trying to keep these rivers from flooding their towns. the mississippi river is the biggest river in town in our country and it's at major flood stage. anywh
on c-span2. we will talk with david rennie buffers aonomist," news update from c-span radio. quite for more on the gun- control legislation in the senate today, nbc's kelly o'donnell tweets that "senators joe manchin tells me we will not get the votes today. expanded background checks to fail in the senate. try again, he says." you can watch live gavel to cover all coverage on c-span2. the fi warned this morning that an envelope addressed to senator roger wicker will have to undergo more analysis before officials can't confirm whether it contains the poison ricin. the white granular substance tests performed yielded mixed results. u.s. near chicago, the diplomat killed in afghanistan will be laid to rest. she was killed in a bombing with four other americans as they walked from a military base to a nearby school in southern afghanistan. they were on their way to deliver books. she was 25 years old. those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. , iover the last four years am a little worried about this administration. that is part of a long-term trend as i outlined in the
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